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Ludwig scientists to present at 2015 AACR Annual Meeting

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( Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research ) Ludwig Cancer Research previewed today the full scope of discoveries to be presented by more than 40 Ludwig scientists at this year's American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, Pa., April 18-22. Ludwig researchers will deliver presentations of their recent data and participate in symposia, educational sessions and meet …

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Virginia Tech Assistant Professor Addresses Philosophical Questions of Machines, Research

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How might machines carry out scientific research on their own? A Virginia Tech assistant professor of philosophy has a solution, and the National Science Foundation is funding the research through a CAREER award.

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Virginia Tech Assistant Professor Addresses Philosophical Questions of Machines, Research

100th Patient Enrolled in World’s First Precision Medicine Program for ALS

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Identification of Subtypes of ALS and Treatments are Goal using Genomic, Cell Based and Patient-Reported Measures (PRWeb April 14, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/04/prweb12649866.htm

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100th Patient Enrolled in World’s First Precision Medicine Program for ALS

New Monthly from Policy & Medicine Helps Demystify Life Science Compliance

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COLUMBIA, Md., April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — In today's highly regulated healthcare environment, commercial compliance has become among the most pressing topics on the minds of pharmaceutical and medical device executives. Yet, there is no single publication that goes deep enough to shed light on the myriad issues facing these executives, according to Thomas Sullivan, Editor of Policy …

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New WHO statement on public reporting of clinical trial results announced

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( PLOS ) The WHO have announced a new statement on the public disclosure of clinical trial results which updates and expands a previous statement that noted the 'the registration of all interventional trials is a scientific, ethical, and moral responsibility.' The new statement includes timelines by which researchers are expected to report clinical trials results. In this week's PLOS Medicine …

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NorthShore University HealthSystem Launches Comprehensive Center for Personalized Medicine, Ushering in New Era in …

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NorthShore University HealthSystem today launched one of the most comprehensive personalized medicine programs in the country that utilizes an individual's health history and DNA to better predict, prevent …

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Students learn science with high altitude balloons

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A new hands-on way of learning science is making its way into Saskatchewan high schools — high altitude balloons that allow students to conduct their own research. “Science classes can get dry if you're looking at experiments other people have done,” he said, as he spent his morning helping Miller High School students in Regina launch a balloon.

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WIN Consortium Appoints Professor Waun Ki Hong as Special Advisor to Oversee Its Combined Targeted Triple-Therapy …

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Worldwide Innovative Networking – WIN Consortium announces today the appointment of Professor Waun Ki Hong from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, as Special Advisor and member of the Executive Committee.

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Quantization of 'surface Dirac states' could lead to exotic applications

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( RIKEN ) Researchers from the RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science in Japan have uncovered the first evidence of an unusual quantum phenomenon — the integer quantum Hall effect — in a new type of film, called a 3-D topological insulator. This discovery could help move science forward toward the goal of dissipationless electronics — electronic devices that can operate without producing …

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Curoverse Announces New Infrastructure Software for Precision Medicine, Genomics and Bioinformatics

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Company makes open source software platform available for trial through a public beta.

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